Physiotherapy deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and musculoskeletal conditions which can impact on physical activity, exercise and sport. As well as, identifying restrictions which may impact negatively on performance. Physiotherapy can also offer guidance for people wanting to return to sport or exercise, or adopt a more active lifestyle for health and well-being. Physiotherapy utilises a range of treatment techniques and exercise programs
- exercise (see below)
- myofascial release
- dry needling
- manual therapy
- kinesiology taping
- Pre + Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Athletic Ability Assessment
- Exercise Advice + Programs for Health
- Rehabilitation post Injury
- Return to Play Programs
- Training Programs
- Tailored Yoga
- Training plans for specific events
Fundamental to Louise’s approach as a physiotherapist are her attention to detail and full body approach.
She believes in taking a proactive approach to the body, health and well-being and strongly values the role of exercise and physical activity for health and well-being.
Louise is a Chartered Physiotherapist, governed by the Rules of Professional Conduct laid down by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and is registered with the Health Professions Council.
Louise offers a variety of early morning, daytime, evening + weekend appointments. If there are no appointments that suit, please email for further availability.
A 24 hour cancellation notice is required, or you will be charged for your appointment.
Physiotherapy appointments are covered by a number of health insurance companies including Bupa and Aviva. Please email for information.
Physiotherapy appointments are available at:
The Edinburgh Clinic
Follow Up Appointments
Run and Become Free Clinic
Join me for a free one-on-one session at the Run and Become Drop-In clinics. Available on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month from 12:30pm-1:30pm.